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The antagonism of German Political 
Philosophy to Christian Truth and Morals 



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Rev. Isaac J. Lansing, D.D. 

OF RIDGEWOOD, N. J. 

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fT~1HE following address was delivered by 
m Dr. Isaac J. Lansing, of Ridgeiuood, New 
"*■ Jersey, before the Rotary Club of New York, 
on July 5th, 1917, in a masterly and eloquent 
manner. 

Dr. Lansing at the urgent request of the Rotary 
Club of New York has graciously consented to alhw 
us to print the same for distribution. 

Dr. Lansing is a noted preacher and lecturer 
and is the author of many Addresses, among which 
are "The Conservation of Humanity," "TheBasis of 
Business," "The American Idolatry," "The Moral 
Equivalent of War," etc. His book, "The Social 
Programme of the Lord's Prayer," is well worth 
reading. 

We commend the following as a thoughtful, 
scholarly and educational address upon the ptesent 
World War. 

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Against Increasing Fascist Terror 
in Germany 

German workers, professionals and middle class, poor farmers 
are voicing their opposition to the Hitler fascist regime in ever 
greater numbers. Hitler's Brown Shirts have increased their 
persecution, torture and terror. 

The Nazi decree, establishing the "Volksgericht" — actually 
a lynch tribunal — aims to murder thousands of anti-fascicts 
in concentration camps and prisons. 

All-anti-fascists must unite in protest and opposition 

to the new wave of terror in Germany! 

All anti-fascists must help save the lives of our 

brothers in Germany! 

Raise your voices, mobilize masses of the population 

of the United States against increasing atrocities, 

against the "Volksgericht," for the liberation of all 

anti-fascist prisoners in Hitler's jails! 

FREE ERNST THAELMANN 
'whose life is in immediate danger! 

FREE LUDWIG RENN, Carl von Ossietzky, Ernst Torgler and 
hundreds of Pacifists, Socialists, Trade Unionists, Intellectuals, 
Communists, Jews and Christians now being tortured, soon to 
be tried by the Nazi courts! 

Join the nation-wide movement against fascism 

Write for the program of tasks. Remit funds to: 

NATIONAL COMMITTEE TO AID VICTIMS OF 

GERMAN FASCISM 

870 Broadway New York, N. V. 



Published Jtrans, 1934, bt thb 
WORKERS INTERNATIONAL RELIEF 

87 Broadway, New York CrrT 

AITD THE 

INTERNATIONAL LABOR DEFENSE 

80 East 11th Street, New York Citt 



FOREWORD 

OONNENBURG is one of many o 
^ Nazi Germany. We have heard 
Sachsenberg, Fuhlsbuettel, Heuberg, 
sen, Neusenstrum, Osthofen, Neusta 
other fascist hells. 

Here we have an inside picture of 
day record from the time it was open 
camp. We see a long procession of 
democrats, pacifists, Jews, Catholic :, 
workers and professionals of various 
than Nazism, coming to Sonnenburg. 
few are released. But the overwhelm! 
torture rivaling the medieva 1 ' -iuisi 
facts, written by an eye witr. 

After reading this record ^w^boni 
from the prison where Ernst Thaelm 
camps where the writer Ludwig Rem 
Ossietsky are incarcerated, become al: 
Thaelmann was so badly beaten with 
tured with other Nazi inventions in 
House, that for days he could neither 
life of this heroic leader of the Germ; 
danger. 

Freedom was won for Dimitroff , T 
Soviet Union offered these Bulgariar 
the Nazis to release them. World f 
part in forcing their acquittal at the Re 
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Kampf gegen das dritte Reich Juli 1934. 

durch _R o m, den ewige n bor der Deutsch lans. 

Yor einigen Jaliren sagte der rbmische Cardinal G a s q u 
zu einern Oesterreicher : , , V/ir hassen nur die Deutsoheh* r .So ist 



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es seit J ahr launder ten und so wird es iramer bleibeu, sodass es ft 
Deutschland nie eine ardere Politilc hatte geben diirfsn und nie 
eine andere geben kann,als den V*eg einzuschlagen, der geeignet 1st, 
aus der rbmischen umklamraerung heraus zu kommen. 

w'enn man lieute auf die Landkarte sieht,so bemerkt man ohhe 
V/eiteres,dass Deutschland vollstandig romisch eingekreist ist.Es 
ist von lauter romhorigen S taaten u mgoben und von solchen, die Hand 
in Hand rait Eonf und dom Yatikan gegen Deutschland arbeiten,da sie 
wissen ; dass uns das , , ewige und heilige Rom" mi t einem Hasse 
verfolgt ,der mehr als teuflisch ist. 

Sohon im Mittelalter verlieh der Kardinal Kajetan diesem 
romischexi Hasse des Papstes Ausdruck, indem er sclr.vur ,dass die 
rbmisch-vatikanische Politilc dafiir sorgon wiirde,dass die- Deutschen 
durch die rb'mische Geistesknechtung dazu gebracht warden, sich^ 
selbst zu zerfleischen,dass sie ewig schwa oh bleiben wiirden,weil 
ihnen der hasserfullte rbmische Peind nur getarnt und fur sie 
unerkennbar gegentibertreten wiirde. 

Per Papst teilt diesen Hass bewusst mit der ganzen romischen 
Hierarchie und alien seinen romhorigen Papstdienern v;eil Deutsch= 
land zum Teil das rbmische Joch obgeschiittelt hat. Es ist zum 
Beispiel kein Zufall,dass der ,,ileilige Vater"wie er sich zu 
nennen beliebt,dem Nordpolfahrer ITobile eine Fahne zum Abwurf 
uber dem Nordpol mitgegeben hat, die dieser ,, Stellvertreter 
Gottes auf E rden' ' am Jahrestag der Kriegserklarung Ita liens an ** 
DelTtTchTSnd geweiht hat. Sr gibt also damit der ■latsaohe Ausdruck , 
dass er rait dem Treubruch Italiens, unserem , , Verbiindeten " im 
tfeltkrieg sehr wohl einverstanden war. Wer die deutsche Geschichte 
kennt,naturlich nicht diejenige die in Anwendung der rbmischen 
Geistesknechten von den Rbmlingen an den Schulen nit Hilfe der 
Kir che romisch verfalscht gelehrt wird, der weiss,dass der v r atikan 
seit Jahrhunderten nur daruber nachsinnt ,wie er je und je 
Deutschland mithilfe seiner Vasallen vernichten kann. Past samt= 
liche Kriege,die Deutschland fiihren musste,sind letzten Endes 
auf die Intrigen Roms zuruckzu fiihren Oder sie sind hervorgewachsen 
aus den Ansohauungen von Menschen,in denen der Hass gegen Deutsch= 
land von klein auf grossgezogen worden ist,wie in Prankreich, 

Polen und Italien etc. 

In dieser Deziehung ist zwischen dem 30-jahrigen Krieg, 
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TO CHAMPION HUMAN RIGHTS, INC. 

729 Seventh Avenue 

New York, N. Y. 



OFFICERS 



Sarnuel Untermyer 
President 

Hon. James W. Gerard 
Vice-President 

Hon. Fiorello H. LaGuardia 

Vice-President 

Hon. Arthur S. Tompkins 
Vice-President 

Dr. Abba Hillel Silver 
Vice-President 



J. David Stern 
Treasurer 

Louis Myers 
Acting Treasurer 

Mrs. Mark Harris 

Acting Chairman, Executive 
Committee 

G. E. Harriman 
Executive Secretary 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Samuel Untermyer 
Chairman 

Hon. George Gordon Battle 
Hon. James M. Beck 
Hon. James W. Gerard 
Hon. Arthur S. Tompkins 
Rev. John Haynes Holmes 
Rev. Edward L. Hunt 
Hon. Frank P. Walsh 
Oswald Garrison Villard 
Hon. Leopold Prince 
Mrs. Mark Harris 
Hon. M. Maldwin Fertig 



Hon. Richard J. Beamish 

Dr. A. Coralnik 

E. N. Kleinbauin 

Louis Myers 

J. David Stern 

Dr. Abba Hillel Silver 

Abraham Cahan 

Jacob Fishman 

Dr. Benjamin Dubovsky 

J. George Fredman 

Siegfried F. Hartman 

Ezekiel Rabinowitz 

Dr. Harry Lee Franklin 



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Bern Herrn Be iohsprdsiuenten per Einsthreiben, 
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Ben Frmktfnen des Rei9hstage» t Ltndtmges, 
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Samtliehen Kulxusgemeinden aller Beylnennungen , 

Samtl. Forstunden der Justixbehtirden, 

Samtl. Bisntervereinen, 

Yor alien Dingen *ber an die Vorsi txenden, Beamten 

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Eesohaftigungsbehorde . 

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tin persdnlither Freund Aufsfhtxrfhter LGR Smhlfhting, 

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CLERGY ARRESTED 

A message from Vienna says that 
sixty Austrian Catholic priests have 
been arrested on charges of immoral 

conduct Manchester Guard- 
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Berlin, July 9.— The Nazi Government today abolished the legality of 
marriages by the Roman Catholic Church in Austria, and made civil weddings 
alone binding. The order came under alaw co-ordinating marriage and divorce 
Jaws of Austria with those of Germany. The ruling, effective Aug. 1, asserts 

that "marriage hereafter will 
be pronounced 'in the name 
of the state.' " The text of the 
law continued: 

"Henceforth marriage will be 
considered not a private contract 
but the concern of community ex. 
ittence. Divorce will be based on 
.he precept that only those mar* 
. lag-es may be dissolved which 
have become valueless to the en- 
tire nation. 




3m ««oft tier MirAe- Her Sturmer 

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NAZISM 

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In the second year, at Vogelsang, they learn a 
new German version of the history of the more recent world. 
With this, however, is coupled a very outspoken series of 
'ectures on what are called the dangers of political Christianity 
In the third year, in Bavaria, the training is mean to prepare 
the young Nasi for a hard and dangerous life; and his last year 
is to be given up entirely to the study of modern politics and 
propaganda and the future expansion of the German race As 
things look now it would seem far more likely that In ten years" 
time these perfect physical leaders of Germany will have no 
religion and no belief and may turn either Jo the mailed fist or to 
the most appalling anarchy." . . "A Nazi School for Nordic 

ay 22, 1938. 



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The British Intelligence Service 

charged with acts 
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Captain Stevens' statement clears 
up a number of mysterious crimes 

The following official announcement was made in Berlin: 
Between November 1937 and November 1938 

acts of sabotage 

were committed on a number of ships, which in certain 
cases led to the loss of the craft with all hands. The 
vessels concerned were of German, Italian and Japanese 
nationality. German investigators of these crimes at the time 
were struck by the fact that such acts of sabotage never took 
place on a British vessel. 

The statements of Captain Stevens, completed by indepen- 
dent investigations, have now revealed the facts. 

The principal perpetrator of these acts of sabotage was a 
German emigrant named Poetzsch. He was commissioned by 
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As early as the beginning of September 1938 Poetzsch was 
suspected of having organized the outrages, and the German 
Police pressed the police authorities of a neutral country to 
order his arrest. A short time after, however, he was released 
following intervention from British quarters. 

At the present moment Poetzsch is serving a term of im- 
prisonment in Denmark, following conviction by the Municipal 
->-Court of Copenhagen on 29 June 1939 on a charge of espionage 
in favour of Britain. 

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Mystery of Munich Bomb Plot revealed 

Georg Elser placed the bomb by order of the 

British Secret Service — Chief of the British 

Intelligence Service for Western Europe and 

his accomplices arrested. 




How the crime was 

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the Special Commission, both at the scene of the 
outrage and in the various places where he was in 
the meantime found to have taken refuge, forced 
Elser, after he had been confronted with several 
The Chief of the SS and of the A persons, to give up persistently denying his guilt and 

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German Police has issued the 
following announcement: — 

Immediately after the ruthless outrage in the 
Buergerbraeukeller on November 8, 1939, measures 
were taken which would allow the crime to be 
cleared up and the perpetrator or perpetrators to be 
arrested. All German frontiers were immediately 
closed and their control intensified in order to faci- 
litate the capture of the criminal. Among those 
arrested that very night was a man who was trying 
to slip across the German frontier into Switzerland. 
This was Georg Elser, 36 years of age and last resi- 
ding in Munich. Findings made by the Special In- 
vestigation Commission sent to Munich from Police 
Headquarters yielded numerous clues as to how the 
deed had been prepared and carried out. The per- 
petrator appeared to be a person whose exact des- 
cription it was possible to circulate as -early as 
November 12. 

Further findings confirmed the suspicion that 
Georg Elser must at least be in some way connected 
with the outrage. Overwhelming evidence seized by 



The methods employed by the criminal are unique 
in the history of crime. After detailed work exten- 
ding over several weeks, he succeeded in placing a 
charge connected to a fuse timed for 6 days or 144 
hours in one of the main pillars supporting the 
ceiling of the Buergerbraeukeller. The planning ol 
the crime dates back as far as September or 
October 1938. The chamber for the explosive was 
built in during August 1939, the charge laid on the 
7th day before the meeting in the Buergerbraeu- 
keller was to take place. Six days before this date, 
Elser made his first attempt to place the ready- 
timed detonator in the explosive chamber. In this 
he was unsuccessful. During the 5th night before 
the event, circumstances were again unfavourable, 
and this attempt also had to be abandoned. 

The night between the 4th and the 3rd day before 
November 8 provided Elser with an opportunity 
of placing his detonator in the explosive chamber 
which he had prepared. He thereupon left Munich 
immediately in order to make his way to Switzer- 
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instructions he had acted were awaiting him. Defi- 
nite reasons then caused him to return to Munich 
once more in the afternoon of November 7. During 
the night of November 7 to 8, he again succeeded in 
making his way into the Buergerbraeukeller in order 
to convince himself with his own ears of the ticking 
of the clock-work. He had already made provision 
for damping the sound of the ticking. Several times 
during that night he ascertained that everything was 



in order. On the morning of November 8, he break- 
fasted in a Munich inn lying in the street called 
Tal, close to the fsartor, and then took the train via 
Ulm to the frontier. During the night of November 8 
to 9, he attempted to cross the frontier into Switzer- 
land in the neighbourhood of Constance. The gene- 
ral alarm which had by this time been put through 
to the frontiers frustrated this attempt, and he was 
subsequently arrested. 



This outrage was commissioned and financed by 
the British Intelligence Service and was organized 
by OTTO STR..SSER. 



Those behind the scenes 



It is further announced: — 

The Headquarters of the British Intelligence Ser- 
vice for Western Europe, situated at The Hague, 
have been attempting for a long time to instigate and 
otsfoaire plot s. i n f £ "y m ai av ot to tf ft t into touch - with , 
presumed revolutionary organizations. Information 
as foolish as it was criminal and emanating from 
German emigre circles, led the British Government, 
and the Intelligence Service controlled by them, to 
assume that an opposition movement existed in the 
State, the Party and the Armed Forces, which aimed 
at bringing about a revolution in the Reich. In view 
of this, officials of the Special Service of the SS 



had received instructions to get into touch with this 
British agency at The Hague for spreading terror 
and revolution. As they believed that they were 
actually negotiating with revolutionary German 
offi ce r s , the re pteseat&t Ues ^ f the British 




gence Service revealed their intentions and plans 
to the German officials and, in order to be able to 
keep in permanent touch with the supposed officers, 
they also handed over to them a special British 
wireless emitter and receiver, by means of which the 
German Secret Police have been able to keep in 
contact with the British Government up to the 
present day. 



On November 9, those in charge of this European 
section of the British Intelligence Service, Mr. Best 
and Captain Stevens, attempted to cross the Dutch 
frontier into Germany near Venlo. In so doing 
they were overpowered by the German officials 
who had kept a watch on their movements, and 
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The main outcome of the recent visit of the French 
Minister of Finance to London was a declaration 
issued by the Governments of both countries regard- 
ing the co-ordination of their conduct of war in the 
economic sphere. 

Six joint committees were appointed to supervise 
special departments such as armaments, raw material 
and food-stuff supplies, transport questions and eco- 
nomic warfare. 

In a long-winded official commentary, these measures 
were described as the most important event since j 
"the outbreak of war, and the advantages rwhich they ' 
are expected to bring for Britain and France as well 
as for the economic welfare of the rest of the world 
were enumerated. These include elimination of com- 
petition when purchasing abroad, a joint use of the 
tonnage available in both countries, greater security 
for convoys, and avoidance of future economic crises. 

This official cue was the signal for a paean of 
praise on the wireless and in the press throughout the 
British Empire, in which such superlative phrases 
about this "economic alliance" were used as to give 
rise to serious suspicions whether something was not 
being hushed up. 

• What good reasons there are for these suspicions 
is immediately apparent when the real intentions and 
consequences of this Franco-British agreement are 
more closely examined. 

Turning first to their financial significance: — It is 
well-known that the devaluation of sterling has been 
progressing with increasing rapidity ever since the 
outbreak of war. Almost every country which linked 
its currency to sterling was anxious to sever this 
connection as speedily as possible, and the so-called 
"sterling bloc" no longer exists. Since the outbreak 
of war. the United States of America have given up 
supporting sterling by purchases made from their ex- 
change equalisation fund. 



Britain, far from maintaining her position 

as the world's banker, is even incapable 

of checking the downward course of her 

currency. 

A fresh acute danger threatens Britain now that 
the "cash and carry" clause forces her to pay for her 
orders of armaments in the United States not merely 
in cash, but in dollars. Britain has no gold available 
for this purpose, as her stocks of gold are exhausted. 

During the last 14 months, gold to the value 

01 .1 uuiiiara cioiun^ n bntam tor Amerlcm 

These losses of gold bt^Sy.ie so menacing that they 
had to be concealed from the general public. At the 
express wish of the British Government, the usual 
weekly announcements of shipments of gold from 
Europe to the United States were suspended some 
time ago. 

In order to finance her purchases in the United 
States, Britain has already had to resort to selling her 
holdings of shares to American companies. Every 
day some 50 000 of these securities are converted into 
ready money on the American stock exchanges, a 
proceeding which cannot of course be continued 
indefinitely. 

In addition, Great Britain has to pay large sums in 
French francs for military purposes. If these francs 
and the dollars necessary for purchases of armaments 
in the United States had to be bought in exchange for 
sterling, it would become wholly impossible to check 
the downward trend of the pound. 

One of the main aims of the new Franco-British 
agreement admittedly is to protect the currencies of 
both countries and to enable their governments to 
have the currency reserves of the two countries at 
their joint disposal. 

To realise this aim, France will now have 
to sacrifice her still considerable gold re- 
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own but also for Britain's purchases of arma- 
ments in the United States. 

She will also have to place at Britain's disposal, 
at the former rate of exchange, the French francs 
necessary for the military expenditure of the British 
army. 

France has thus renounced the possibility of an 
independent currency policy by finally linking the 
franc to sterling. 

Britain has not only used French gold for 
her own ends, but has linked the declining 
pound, now deserted by the rest of the world, 
to the French franc, thus dragging both 
together down to disaster. 

The repercussions of the agreement in so far as it 
affects goods and transport will be similar. In her 
supplies of food-stuffs, France is largely independent 
of foreign countries, whereas nearly SO % of Britain's 
supplies come from overseas and are being threatened 
increasingly by Germany's maritime warfare. 

In future, France with her rich stores of 

food-stuffs will not only have to feed British 

troops on her own soil, but will have to make 

good the deficiency in the supply of food 

equired for the -perdition of the British Isles. 

The standard of living ^r both countries, which the 
agreement set out to maintain, will thus be forced on 
to a distinctly lower level. France will further have 
to replace sunk British ships by supplying mercantile 
tonnage for the conveyance of goods to Britain, as 
well as war-ships for the better protection of British 
convoys. 

Finally, France will have to submit to a far-reaching 
reorganisation of her production since, according to 
the agreement, sterling and francs are in future only 
to be used for purchases necessary for the prose- 
cution of the war. France's large exports of luxury 
goods, wine, clothing and fashion articles to Britain 
will thus come to an end. Subsequent unemployment 
will have the effect of lowering the standard of living 
in France still further. 

In view of the effects of this new economic alliance, 
we can well understand Britain's unconcealed grati- 
fication at its conclusion, as well as the remarkable 
reserve with which it has been accepted by the French 
press. Doubtless the latter has recognised that the 
British lion, true to historic tradition, has secured the 
lion's share for himself in yet another partnership. 

France, whose army in this war has up till 
now only been fighting Britain's battles, has 
now as it were been incorporated financially 
and economically in the British Empire. She 



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will in future have to sacrifice her wealth and 
shed her blood for Britain to an extent which 
the other states composing the British Em- 
pire have refused to do. 

The customary tune played by the leaders of British 
propaganda would lack one of its dominant notes 
if we were not as usual told that the benefit of the 
rest of the world is one of the main aims of the 
agreement. The co-operation thus initiated between 
the Britisli and French economic systems will, we are 
informed, be the forerunner of an organisation for 
economic peace throughout the world which will put 
an end to all economic crises. It is astounding that 
anybody should still exist who believes that an im- 
pression can be made with such phrases culled from 
the terminology of Geneva. 

Phrases cannot disguise the fact that the full force 
of this agreement is not only directed against Ger- 
many but to a greater degree against the neutral 
states. 

Thus, for instance, the official commentary 
expressly emphasizes the fact that the elimi- 
nation of Franco - British competition in 
purchases from third countries aims at de- 
pressing prices. 

That Britain and France, in view of their financial 
situation described above, imperatively require low 
price iSveis^i especially for their armafnentTJUfcTTaSes" 
in the United States, can well be believed. But it can 
hardly be assumed that the rest of the world will 
accept such an alliance with its one-sided Franco- 
British advantages without resorting to counter- 
measures. 

Opinions in neutral countries have already disclos- 
ed that they have not been deceived by Britain's 
attempts to camouflage the real points at issue. 

It seems much more probable that the neutral states 
who so far have been the main sufferers from the 
economic war conducted by Great Britain will defend 
themselves against this fresh assault. 

Germany for her part can watch this "most impor- 
tant event since the outbreak of war" with stoic in- 
difference. As is well-known, Britain many years ago 
drew up full plans for her economic war against 
Germany. The fact that she should be forced to take 
fresh action when the war is only a few weeks old 
is a proof that her preparations were inadequate and 
that she has discovered weak spots and danger 
signals which must be attended to before it is too late. 

All that she has now done is to add 6 more commit- 
tees to her over-organised and muddled system of 
war economy. Their activities will only increase the 
confusion of the allies, will in the long run be of no use 
to Great Britain, but will seriously injure France, in 
the first place, and then the neutral states, while 
Germany will get off scot-free. 



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1 Federal Communications Commission Monitoring 
Digest: Berlin, 8:15 p. m. news broadcast, De- 
cember 15, I94 1 - 

"Hermann Rauschning: The Voice of Destruction, 
p. 10. 

3 Edmond Taylor: The Strategy of Terror, p. 73. 

' Ibid., p. 205. 

5 Interview with Andre Visson. 

'Edmond Taylor: "The Strategy of Terror" (Reader's 

Digest, September 1940). 
' Andre Visson: Article in New York Herald Tribune, 

October 10, 1941. 
8 Edmond Taylor: The Strategy of Terror, p. 103. 
'Ibid., pp. 196-197. 
"Ibid., p. 179- 
" German propaganda leaflet in Library of Congress 

War Collection. 
"A. H. Narracott: War News Had Wings, p. 57. 
"Wallace R. Deuel: Hitler and Nazi Germany Un- 

censored, p. 7. 
" Leaflets in Library of Congress War Collection. 
"Edmond Taylor: The Strategy of Terror, pp. 191- 

202. 
" Ibid., pp. 200-201. 
"Life, May 13, 194°- 
"Leland Stowe: No Other Road to Freedom, pp. 

203-220. 
"Edmond Taylor: "How America Can Take the Of- 
fensive" (Fortune, May 1941). 

■ Ibid. 

21 Adolf Hitler, quoted by Otto Strasser in Aufbau des 
deutschen Sozialismus. 

■ Wm. Donovan and E. A. Mowrer: Fifth Column 

Lessons for America; the editors of Fortune: "The 
War of Nerves: U. S. Front" (Fortune, October 
1940). 
" Wm. Donovan and E. A. Mowrer: Fifth Column 
Lessons for America. 



21 Polish Ministry of Information, London: The Ger- 
man Fifth Column in Poland; Carl J. Hambro: 
J Saw It Happen in Norway. 

" s Wm. Donovan and E. A. Mowrer: Fifth Column 
Lessons for America. 

M Thomas Kernan: France on Berlin Time. 

27 Polish Ministry of Information, London: The Ger- 
man Fifth Column in Poland. 

"Ibid. 

"Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf. 

30 Polish Information Center, New York : Documents 

8 and 9 (Extermination of the Polish People and 
Colonization by German Nationals) . 

31 Ibid. 

"Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland: The Persecu- 
tion of the Catholic Church in Poland. 

" /61V. 

"Demaree Bess: "Poland in Chains" (The Saturday 
Evening Post, April 5, 1941). 

35 Thomas Reveille: The Spoil of Europe. 

"Polish Ministry of Information, London: Poland 
After One Tear of War; Cardinal Hlond: The 
Persecution of the Catholic Church in Poland; 
Polish Information Center, New York: Docu- 
ments 8 and 9. 

"Cardinal Hlond: The Persecution of the Catholic 
Church in Poland. 

" Hermann Rauschning: The Voice of Destruction, 
p. 4. 

M Henry F. Pringle: "Don't Believe a Word of It!" 
(Collier' s, January 17, I94 2 )- 

40 Special Committee on Un-American Activities — 
House of Representatives, 67th Cong., 3d sess., on 
H. Res. 282 — Appendix, Part II. 

" Federal Communications Commission Monitoring 
Digests, week of December 15, 1941. 






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The International Showdown; 
Humanity At The Crossroads 



Great storms have rolled over humanity; changes that uprooted well 
established customs and principles have taken place again and again. History 
is full of records of movements that were of great significance: migration of 
nations, Crusades, discoveries of new worlds, rise and fall of civilization; the 
Christian Era and Reformation, Renaissance, Revolutions, establishment of 
freedom and democracy. In spite of many setbacks the general trend has been 
to increase happiness and to put human life on a higher level. Up to this time 
all nations struggled to be free. To increase human dignity, to put higher value 
on human life, to reduce suffering to the minimum and at the same time enrich 
the life of every individual was the goal of humanity. These were the criteria 
by which the civilization of nations was judged. Indeed they are the criteria 
today especially for us Americans. We still believe that the savages are those 
who are ruled by the whims and pleasures of their chiefs. Among them human 
life is cheap; superstition grips them; the standards of living are low; security 
is unknown, brute force prevails; justice is little known — (if it is known at all) 
— and spiritual values are almost non-existent. 

Characteristics of high civilization on the other hand are: peace, security, 
justice, freedom, human dignity, high valuation of human life, cultivation of 
spiritual values and high standards of living. Perhaps more could be added. 
I firmly believe that we Americans and with us most of the civilized world still 
subscribe to such criteria in judging a civilization. But elsewhere things are 
different. In Nazi Germany, for example, the highest desideratum — the things 
most desired — are service to the state and its undertaking — the state being 
something arbitrary, set up by the Fuehrer — the Leader — and his henchmen. 
Truth and justice to them are obsolete terms. During the anniversary celebra- 
tion of the founding of the once famous University of Heidelberg, Goebels, the 
minister of propaganda, said, "If the' interest of the state demands it even 
science and truth must step aside." Science — Truth to step aside for something 
which is often just whim, and often a plan to enslave and rob another nation! 

Shortly after the occupation of Bohemia and Moravia, Goebels tried to 
justify the theft in his press, and in one issue, dated March 25, we read: 

"We did not discuss the occupation of Bohemia and Moravia with England 
and France . . . We did not want to talk with them about such obsolete terms 
as international justice, humanity and such like. These things simply nauseate 
us . . . We have done with them a long time ago." 

In one Nazi meeting in Berlin the Nazi followers roared a vulgar song, the 
refrain of which was "Wir scheussen an die Freiheit" — which an American lady 
translated "We spit on freedom — but the word is much more vulgar — untrans- 
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is the price of liberty." 



eternal vigilance 



Shall the totalitarian ideology gain mastery over Europe? Shall we be able 
to withstand it here? The deeper, the ultimate issue is not to make the world 
safe for democracy, but save democracy from total extinction over there as well 
as here and from return to cruel, sordid barbarism from which humanity has 
but recently emerged. 

The showdown between forces of light and forces of darkness is at hand. 
If civilization is to be saved, if hope of humanity is to survive, these forces of 
light must be victorious. A year or two, or maybe three will reveal our fate. 
I say our fate because our future is closely bound up with that of the rest of 
the world. Isolationism is but ostrichlike unwillingness to see the truth. It is 
blind and where not blind, is vicious, seeking political advantages at the expense 
of our security. Yes, it would be fine if we could be sure that the present 
showdown does not concern us, that we can turn our backs on the rest of the 
world and live in blessed isolation and security, which no one could disturb, 

but we know that to do this now would be living in a fool's paradise it would 

be an idle dream with a horrible awakening. Our lot now, as it always has been, 
is vigilance no matter how prolonged or costly. 

This is the showdown— we stand at the crossroads and may the course we 
take be the right one! We shall pray and hope that we may not be drawn into 

the war maelstrom, we shall preach peace, practice peace, pray for peace but 

we shall not lose sight of the fact that we are at war already — at war with the 
pernicious postwar ideologies which would rob us of our blessed American 
heritage and of our American institutions. These we shall not give up without 
a fight; these we shall guard with our lives, these we shall hand to our posterity 
intact — be the cost what it may. 




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